We've just returned from a rather soggy few days on the Isle of Wight and whilst the trip is still fresh in my mind and my trousers are still damp from the rain, I thought I'd let you in on a little secret. In Yarmouth there is a restaurant called On The
A little while back there was a message on the Coeliac Message Board from someone who wanted to meet other children with Coeliac Disease. Her daughter wanted to meet other children who also had a "special tummy" and I thought now here's someone who real
We were working our way around Wallingford this afternoon when I spotted the sign in the window of The Glorious Bakeshop in Wallingford. Unfortunately we were too late as all the gluten free cupcakes had gone, but we had a chat with the owner who told us tha
Fresh from my Italian holiday and with an entire suitcase filled to the brim with gluten free pasta, I thought I might share some tips on how to cook it like a pro.
I've been writing this blog in my head for the last 10 days as we travel around Italy with our two kids strapped into the back seat fighting over some bit of plastic or who called who stupid. I think you may get the picture.
It's been one hell of a week! On Thursday afternoon I attended a tea party at the House of Lords, hosted by Coeliac UK.
A few weeks ago Ruthie was invited to dinner at a friends house. I arrived a bit early and got to sample the home made gluten free sausage made by Brona's dad, Moss. They were fantastic! Armed with a recipe of sorts, I had a go at home